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. i was sitting here thinking that from my home town, mineola, texas, for willie, and board of texas, for me, i do not know whether they would have named a street for us there or not, but there would have been a problem because in both of those towns, there is only one street, and it has already been named main street. it is breathtaking to think that a street here is named for george and myself. coming in on the carriage, i rather like that. the surprise is i guess that they are giving us the carriage and horses? i cannot wait to arrive at the opera. mayor, do you think we should get some permits for the horse and carriage on russian hill? i don't know. seriously, everybody knows that has ever talk to me more than a few minutes that i am passionate about these buildings. i have had the opportunity of being involved with the bond issues for the symphony hall, the restoration of the opera house, and, of course, the city hall, may gift -- helping mayer brown with that a bit -- helping mayor brown. it was said that the only thing that was not done when these buildings were built is the
. it is not a burden or there is crime around. i support dispensaries and six texas. i do have an issue with location in retail corridor is and the issue of clustering. you are the first one here. there is not clustering. you seem to do the right thing and tried to talk to the committee. -- to the community. we have seen a lot of opposition. i would not support granting the appeal and overturning this permit. i question the letter and his support of this. i am not sure i see that a support. or, let's wait and see with the legislation comes out to be. i would lean towards by denying the appeal or continue in this -- towards either denying the appeal or continuing this. >> i want to thank all of the people who came out tonight. it was an impressive showing. i appreciate hearing from everyone. i do not have a relationship to cannabis. i do not have any bias. i do believe that there should be access to it. i appreciate that this particular organization, this particular permit holder has reached out to the community, labor. i think that is very important to be a good employer. i think the safety plan look
businesses. with the annual mailing sent by the texas treasurer's office to food establishments, we mailed over 3000 food establishments in several different languages, information about needs for accessibility requirements, warnings of the potential lawsuits, and -- until we get that information to the businesses. we had three businesses contact us after receiving the mailings. since 2008, our office has conducted 51 presentations and/or workshops. i have listed here that 28 had been city-wide presentations and on the left-hand side is the district and the number of presentations per district. for businesses have access the loan program, 40 businesses have utilized the bar association pose a legal services, we had 25 articles in print media, 10 in the chinese press, seven in the chronicle sf gate, and in the examiner. we have not done enough outrage and effort -- outreach and effort into the ethnic, primarily the legend media. that is the third biggest business sector. we did a panel presentation on your legal rights with chuck finney and our office has seen 183 clients on ada issues, whe
. texas is a terrific nomination -- >> this is a terrific nomination. i know him from watching his work on treasure island and all the other projects gone o, and e questions about housing affordability, there is not going to be a better person on the commission who knows the machinery to find funding to meet housing affordability challenges. you should not wait a second to get him on the commission. >> thank you. >> i have operated businesses on seventh street for 25 years, and now i am now region strategy consultant --am an outreach strategy consultant. i am on the board of directors. i am the governmental affairs committee for the merchants association, and i am also a city member on the citizen advisory committee. i have known rich for 10 years, and while maybe we would like to have some other sort of diversity, all i can say is out of all in the mayor's workforce, rich has been such a master of realizing unintended consequences of decisions made by the committee and trying to work and to the most dramatic solutions possible -- pragmatic solutions possible. as far as efforts to our r
a number of people on january 4, and it is all communications we are aware of, texas, phones, e-mails -- texts, phones, emails, and the people in records from are ross mirkarimi, you, and kellie williams, so that is what exhibit 83 is, and there are seven pages of small text lines, so i have tried to pull some of these out. if you want to take out your binder. >> ok. >> exhibit 83 is there in full. i just want to know that in case you want to double check some of the things i am highlighting to make sure if you have any doubts about their accuracy. the first box is a series of texts at 10:55 from lopez teto you, and another at 10:56, but , we do not know what the context is, so i am wondering if you remember. >> i vaguely remember. she let me know she had an argument with ross and that she wanted to talk with me. that was the gist of its. >> had she ever confided her personal affairs with you before? >> never. >> were you surprised to get these text messages and? >> yes. >> did you have any idea she was going to do this to? >> no. >> you recall the wording? >> i do not remember.
was born in tyler, texas, and raised in san francisco. he attended george washington high school. it was with the foundation of the san francisco public school education and he has become a world-class musician that is widely recognized for his skillful performance is -- performances on the saxophone. it is important to keep music in the public schools. mr. webre -- webb was recently inducted into the blues hall of fame based on his accomplishments with etta james, john lee hooker, queen ada, and a host of other groups. he has worked in the fillmore western comedy having served as a treasure on the fillmore merchant's association and d eejaying the show -- radio show. we are anxiously awaiting the release of his cd which will showcase his versatility in blues, smyth jazz, and r&b. i would like to thank both of these gentlemen for the great commitment to the fillmore especially their work in the business corridor and i offer the highest commendation to them for their accomplishments and services. [applause] if you could say a few words, that would be great. >> thank you. president
democrat from san francisco, you can -- they can share a space with a religious republican from texas, but why would you want to do that? you know going in you will have problems and if we can avoid that on 11th street, i think we should and now would be the time. thank you. >> mr. president, commissioners. i am an attorney in san francisco, i specialized in entertainment venues. 50% of every large entertainment venue that has built -- been built in the last five years i have had something to do with. i am concerned about this plan and certain aspects. it is a good plan but 11th street mixing of new commercial condos and slims and dna lounge will destroy all those the news. half of my practice and people ask me what i do, immediate the neighbors, i go to hearings and it is all about neighbors coming in and complaining about existing venues. i was involved with the slim's situation, before they let that be built as live-work, they signed a notice of special restrictions. it is on the day that tells them they are moving into a 24 hour day commercial zone with nightclubs and living next
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